Greater Abidjan: what management model for multimodal interchange hubs?

On 24, 25 and 26 July, Transitec led a series of workshops on the governance of future multimodal interchange hubs in Abidjan (Côte d'Ivoire).

As part of CODATU's technical cooperation with the Greater Abidjan Urban Mobility Authority (AMUGA), Transitec was asked to lead multi-stakeholder workshops on the governance of the future Multimodal Interchange Hubs (MIHs) in Greater Abidjan.

 The wide-ranging discussions with the local authorities concerned and the umbrella organisations representing transport operators have enabled us to take a fresh look at the management of existing bus terminals and to agree on target models for the governance and management of future MIHs.

 These consultation sessions were part of the continuation of the feasibility study on 32 Multimodal Interchange Hubs (MIHs) and 150 stops, delivered in the first half of 2023, for which Transitec partnered with Suez Consulting and Bruno Remoue & Associates.

 This study, financed by the Cities and Climate in Africa facility (CICLIA), defined a technical, organisational and economic programme framework for 32 Multimodal Interchange Hubs that could be built in the coming years by AMUGA with the support of Agence Française de Développement (AFD).

 This investment in intermodal infrastructure is designed to meet two key objectives for the modernisation of urban transport in Greater Abidjan:

  •  Improving the quality of service for users, who will have to combine several modes of transport;
  •  Improving working conditions for small-scale transport operators by professionalising their activity.

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